Interfaith Power and Light: Mobilizing a Religious Response to Global Warming

This article is originally published in Southern Seasons magazine Early Fall 2013 issue

I believe that no matter what your faith, we all have a moral obligation to leave this planet a better place for our kids and future generations by acting as good stewards of the Earth’s resources.

Thankfully, there’s a growing movement among religious organizations who are putting scriptures into action when it comes to more sustainable practices and guiding principles.

San Francisco based Interfaith Power and Light is affecting tangible change in 39 states and more than 14,000 congregations by offering ways to save energy and money, tackle climate change, and teach the importance of caring for the natural systems that support us like water, air and food.

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Interfaith Power & Light is a national campaign of The Regeneration Project.